Japanese wall hanging scrolls

Jan 31, 2018. 20:14 UTC
Japanese wall hanging  scrolls
William
United States of America

Category
Japanese art

Acquired from
Inherited

For sale
Maybe
Description

Samurai father and son crossing creek in battle of Kyoto.Tachibana clan Tachibana Ason,Seika,Kinsho,Kore.

Provenance

I inherited these from my father who was a Military Diplomat

Answered within 1 day
Feb 02, 09:11 UTC
By Klaus

Fair Market Value

$150 - $250 USD

Insurance Value

$400 USD
What does this mean?

Thank you for submitting your items for appraisal. A pair of japanese paintings, first half 20th century. Each color and ink on paper, of rectangular form and depicting samurai on horseback and having calligraphy 橘朝恒清香謹畫之and seal mark 簡清 at lower right or lower left, on a silk brocade backing and mounted as a hanging scroll. These decorative japanese paintings are being offered or sold at auction, the estimate is based on similar pairs of paintings having been sold. I hope the information provided was helpful to you.

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